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July 2014 Archives

Citadel founder involved in divorce

Michigan investors may be interested in knowing that the founder of Citadel LLC has filed for divorce from his wife of 11 years, citing differences that cannot be resolved. The man allegedly filed for divorce without his wife's knowledge. The divorce came after a year of separation, and the petition for divorce requested joint custody of children, all of whom are less than six years old.

9 people detained for manufacture, delivery of marijuana

Michigan law enforcement agencies took nine people into custody for the manufacture and delivery of marijuana in breach of the state's Medical Marijuana Act. The detainments followed a Michigan State Police and West Michigan Enforcement Team investigation that started in 2010.

Michigan man to stand trial for 2010 murder

A Saginaw man has been bound over to trial in relation to the 2010 homicide of a Midland woman after a preliminary hearing in Saginaw County's 70th District Court. The man will face trial for charges, including first-degree premeditated murder, possession of Oxycontin with intent to deliver, carrying a dangerous weapon with unlawful intent and five counts of possessing a firearm during the commission of a felony.

Men charged after police raid home

Michigan police report that they have taken two men into custody after finding an alleged methamphetamine lab in a residence in Centreville. A search warrant was executed at a residence on West Main Street in the downtown area. The men are facing charges of possession of methamphetamine, maintaining a drug house and operating a methamphetamine lab.

Kalamazoo men suspected of jewelry store robbery

On July 14, a Michigan man was taken into police custody after authorities determined that he might have been involved in a robbery. According to reports, the alleged criminal activity occurred at around 5:45 p.m. in the Brighton area. Officers with the Brighton Police Department report that the individual who was arrested was believed to have driven two men away from the scene of a robbery at a local jewelry store.

Charges against 6 in Michigan case dropped

A change of story by a witness has resulted in the dismissal of charges against six men in Saginaw. The 19-year-old man appeared in court on July 7 and proceeded to contradict previous information reportedly given to investigators in connection with his being beaten in a jail cell two months earlier. The alleged beating was attributed to the man's providing information to authorities in a different case involving himself and one of the six defendants.

Woman accused of stealing controllers arraigned in court

A Michigan woman who was accused of stealing video game controllers was arraigned by the Bay County chief district judge on July 2. According to the report, she was arraigned on multiple charges, including one count of first-degree retail fraud and second-degree retail fraud.

Man taken into custody in connection with robbery, assault

According to police, a man who allegedly assaulted and robbed an elderly Michigan woman in her home has been taken into custody. Officers responded to a call in Grandville at the 3700 block of Prairie Street Southwest on the morning of June 19. According to Grandville police, the woman was tricked into letting a stranger into her home. The man reportedly stole an unknown amount of money and attacked the woman. He then left the scene on a bicycle.

Alleged heroin ringleader sentenced to prison

A Michigan man was sentenced to three and a half to 40 years in prison after being convicted of drug charges including, one count of maintaining a drug house and four counts of delivery of heroin. The defendant was taken into custody in June 2013 after the Huron County Sheriff's office executed two search warrants and seized $4,700 in cash, 22 grams of heroin, an unknown white powdery substance and several items of heroin paraphernalia. In January, he was found guilty of a drug possession charge by a jury. For that charge, he received a sentence of three to 40 years in prison.

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